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Super Freakonomics

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AIR DATE: January 28, 2010

University of Chicago economist Steven D. Levitt has become famous with his off-beat analysis in Freakonomics and Super Freakonomics. The new book looks at better ways to catch terrorists, the shifting market for sex workers and what we should be doing to sustain economic growth and save the planet from warming. We discuss that and more with Levitt. He'll be speaking Thursday at the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce's Preview 2010.

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